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Publication Date: 1995
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited
Beaumont, Phil B.
"The book is highly informative and very readable. The students and practitioners of IR in India, as elsewhere, will find it a valuable addition to their knowledge on the subject." --Indian Journal of Industrial Relations In this agenda-setting book, author P. B. Beaumont addresses the key question: Where next in employment relations? The Future of Employment Relations demonstrates that a crucial institutional vacuum is emerging within employment relations. Managerial demands for decentralized, individualized arrangements threaten the traditional cornerstone of industrial relations--in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and Europe. The text provides a thoughtful overview of the collective bargaining process and explores the consequences of the vacuum identified. The author also discusses the importance of addressing ramifications of alternative approaches to labor flexibility. Providing invaluable insights, The Future of Employment Relations combines research from postindustrial societies and modern-day theories to create a comprehensive text. This timely text is essential reading for students of public policy, human resource management and personnel, and organizational development. The Future of Employment Relations brings issues of our day to light that are of special interest to policymakers and those working in industrial relations.Beaumont, Phil B. is the author of 'Future of Employment Relations', published 1995 under ISBN 9780803974722 and ISBN 0803974728.
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